Maybe we should ban writing in the workshop (forum)?
@Joseph, you do have interesting takes on things, also about the learning process (interesting indeed).
But not all of us are exactly like you, not in size, not in shape, not in the way of thinking, and we also learn differently (which also depends on what level one is starting from).
I also couldn’t understand the OP in this case, but if I engage in a question I commit myself to asking for specific clarifications until things becomes clear to me. But the worst thing you can do is to begin with insulting someone asking a question.
NO EXPLANATION METHOD
To make my point very clear; While you gave one example of a learning method based on “no talking” (implying no questions asked by the student nor the teacher) there are also other very different methods out there. For example in Jewish tradition the teacher is asking so intelligent questions so that the student himself finally draws the conclusion, without anyone explaining the details for him.
I hope you see the point(s):
- Questions-based teaching (opposite to your way)
Teacher ask the questions, student draws the (intended logical) conclusions (opposite of your way).
I didn’t practice this last method in this post, because the implication here is a different one which I leave to you (Joseph) to figure out.